Join us for 2 days of fun, practical, hands-on Permaculture education. This course will give you down-to-earth knowledge of how to apply permaculture principles in any setting.
Permaculture uses Whole System Thinking to design productive environments that replicate the resiliency, diversity, and stability of natural systems. Through the framework of Permaculture we can design for abundance and empower ourselves towards more sustainable choices.
The Introduction to Permaculture weekend workshop provides an overview of how to apply pro-active, sustainable design techniques to your immediate environment – whether you live in a small apartment, a quarter-acre block, or a rural property.
An overwhelmingly valuable experience including:
- Permaculture History, Philosophy, and Ethics
- Natural Design Principles
- Systems Thinking and Design Methods
- Practical Gardening Strategies
- Pattern Understanding & Application
- And Much More!
This is a great opportunity to learn how Permaculture can benefit you and your community. Improve your quality of life and shift your perspective to all the amazing solutions we have available to us right here and now!
About The Course:
This is a full-on 2 day Introduction to Permaculture Design. The course runs between10:30 am and 6:30 pm Saturday, March 22nd and 12 noon to 7:30 pm Sunday March 23rd. Please bring local food items to share during breaks.
– March 22nd (World Water Day) & 23rd
– 14 hour intro course
– 7 hours each day
– Hour and a half segments
We will have roughly 15 minute breaks between each segment and an hour break for lunch.
Saturday 3/22 starts at 10:30 AM and goes till 6:30 PM
Sunday 3/23 starts at 12:00PM and goes till 7:30 PM
Pre-register on eventbrite for only $135. We’re offering a $150 discount on a full PDC if you attend this course! That means you’ll get the fully certified Permaculture Design Course for less… with more education!
Facilitated by Theron Beaudreau
Theron has over 10 years of experience in permaculture design and has worked and interned with experts in a verity of climates throughout the world. Currently he is the managing director of Pineywoods Permaculture in Douglass, Texas.
Commited to living his Ethics and sharing his Passions, Theron is an engaging teacher and inspiring mentor. He empowers his students to teach each other through thoughtful facilitation and creative activities.